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[Ch. I.
NEW LAMPS FOR OLD.

tribute belonging to the 'Middle Terms', we will let stand for "canny", for "Dragons", and for "Scotchmen". So that our two Premisses are, in full,

"All Dragon-Animals are uncanny (Animals);
All Scotchman-Animals are canny (Animals)."

And these may be expressed, using letters for words, thus:

"All are ;
All are ."

The first Premiss consists, as you already know, of two parts:

"Some are ,"

and "No are ."

And the second also consists of two parts:

Some are ,"

and "No are ."

Let us take the negative portions first.

We have, then, to mark, on the larger Diagram, first, "no are ", and secondly, "no are ". I think you will see, without further explanation, that the two results, separately, are

   
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